Round two of the Lombard North Central Championship and this time 10 cars arrived at Silverstone although only eight were destined to start.
Brian Henton put his works March 743 on pole 0.2 seconds ahead of Tony Rouff who this week had a new 2-litre Vegantune engine in the back of his GRD, Jose Chateaubriand in the second works March completed the front row. The non-starters were Alex Ribeiro who suffered from fuel injection bothers in his GRD-Novamotor before he even practised and Barrie Maskell who once again had piston troubles with his Dastle, this time with the team’s 1790cc twin-cam.
Henton timed his start perfectly and into Copse he was ahead of Rouff and Chateaubriand, the latter under pressure from Moraes and Arnott. On lap 2 Chateaubriand ran wide at Woodcote causing Moraes to brake and allowing Arnott to pass both Brazilians in one go as they entered Copse. Moraes spent the rest of the lap hounding Arnott but entering Woodcote he spun wildly letting Chateaubriand up to fourth.
Back at the front Henton was under heavy pressure from Rouff but the March held on to win by 0.6 seconds with both men sharing a new lap record. Arnott was on his own in third with Chateaubriand fourth whilst Moraes outbraked Santo for fifth at Woodcote on the last lap. The only retirement was Derek Lawrence who only managed a few laps before retiring with his engine only firing on three cylinders.